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Another Day, Another ‘Birther’ Forgery

Josh Gerstein is all over the Justice Department’s filing in Orly Taitz’s latest birther lawsuit. Taitz’s suit includes — not as evidence, but as something

Jul 31, 2020
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Josh Gerstein is all over the Justice Department’s filingin Orly Taitz’s latest “birther” lawsuit. Taitz’s suit includes — not as evidence, but as something she wants the court to verify — a ridiculously obvious forgery of a 1961 Kenyan birth certificate, obtained by a man who identifies himself as “Lucas Smith, an American,” who debuted the certificate via a shaky, “Blair Witch Project”-style video before submitting it to Taitz.
How do we know it’s a forgery? Because in a lengthy articleon the case, WorldNetDaily notes that it “has reported on an authentic 1961-era Kenyan birth certificate, which looks distinctly different from the document Smith released in the video.” Not that this prevented them from headlining the new story “Panic in D.C.?”
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